Kyle and James on Church Street at Christmas

Our Approach

When it comes to design, we use progressive check-ins to make sure your vision and our work remain closely aligned. This looks like:

  1. Discussing your goals, org personality, and sense of style
  2. Sketching ideas on paper
  3. Building a professional wireframe of what the site would actually look like
  4. Beginning development based on that wireframe

Work & Features

We're usually focused on building smaller sites (of less than 10 pages), but we know how to keep our work feature rich.

Beyond serving a static site, you can also add dynamic features such as the ability to:

Black Lives Matter

If you're a black owned business or organization, we'd love to build you a custom site for free.

The burdens of systemic racism are compounded on black owned businesses, and while we know this doesn't solve the root issue, we know web visibility plays a large role in success.

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The Team

We're friends, brothers, & developers.

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James Mitofsky

Freelance Frontend Developer

James is particularly interested in how design affects behavior, and in his free time he loves speaking French, going for runs, and playing the guitar.
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Kyle Mitofsky

Senior developer at StackOverflow.

More than a love for learning new things, Kyle looks for creative ways to bring knowledge to others. Proud owner of 3 black cats, a dog, and just as many laptops.

Let's Talk!

You can hit us up at We're quick to reply and always excited to scope out new ideas, projects, and collaborations.